The season opener of "Sons of Anarchy" was nothing short of shocking, and upsetting with the school shooting, Lyla getting hurt, and Jax cheating on Tara with Kim Dicken's character. On Sep. 15 Carter Matt shares a phone interview of Maggie Siff talking about the betrayal her character, Tara, felt when Jax played by Charlie Hunnam cheated on her.
Maggie Siff says that she's glad that fans are upset that he slept with her, but she feels that there is such a huge disconnect and disrespect for each other right now that they are kind of both doing their own thing. Tara doesn't want to see Jax while she's in jail because she's using her time to gather her thoughts and decide what she's going to do to protect herself and her boys and she doesn't feel like anyone is going to help her, not even Jax.
Tara feels as if Jax doesn't care about her priorities about getting out of town and getting herself and the kids to safety, and she doesn't give a care about the club and the fact that her husband is president of the Sons of Anarchy anymore. Maggie Siff shares that she thinks that Jax is really feeling hurt over the fact that Tara went behind his back to set things up so that Wendy would get custody of the boys if something were to happen to both of their parents, but Wendy refused and claims that she's stepping out of the picture.
Unfortunately for the kids involved, Wendy might be their best option at safety and a stable adult. The new question is whether or not Jax is going to be able to keep things together so that he can keep his boys safe, or is he going to dig himself in a deeper hole? Will Jax be able to keep things in his pants and have a professional life with the new girls that were just added to Diosa or should he stay away all together?
"Sons of Anarchy" airs on FX at 10 p.m. Will you be watching?